Fellowship-trained Board Eligible or Board Certified (ABOS) in Orthopaedic Trauma oncology. Responsible for development of strong clinical services, the education of students and residents and the institution of productive clinical and/or basic science research programs.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Must be Fellowship trained in Orthopaedic subspecialty, Board Eligible or Board Certified, and eligible for New Jersey Medical License.
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